We are back to the Advertorial, video, the x-out to get a lower price, and finally asking you to make a payment.
It is not the first time I’ve seen ads like these and I’m sure it won’t be the last.
In my Cash Finder System review, I will explain why we are back to that check and if the actual system they explained to you in that video is really worth your time.
Specs About Cash Finder System
Product Name: Cash Finder System
Free Access: No
Price: Starts Off at $49
Website URL cashfindersystem.com
BeginAtZero.com Overall Rating: 4/10
If you got the ad and decided to research more, you came to the right place.
I wanted to start by saying please take the time to read this review from beginning to end.
Cash Finder System might be the first advertorial style ad you saw and thought the training might be the one. My goal is not to be the Debbie Downer, I just want to inform you.
There was a time where I would look for ways to make money from home.
What I discovered is that there are more gimmicks out there than real diamonds.
So let’s start with these ads that are so very convincing.
Let The Cash Finder System Ads Begin
The first ad is an advertorial style ad. It is a story about Emily White. What the story is about is how Emily took a chance by purchasing the Cash Finder system kit.
The story continues on by stating how It’s been a windfall for her. She is able to work from home along with being at home with her three children.
Emily White has been used in many advertorials. There are other advertorials that use different alias’ to grab your attention.
The check they show in that advertorial is not the first time I’ve seen it. They alter the check, but it’s the exact same check used in other reviews I’ve written that sell different training.
If you’re curious about what an advertorial is, it’s an ad that uses a news style sales page to tell a story. If you take the time to read the bottom of the advertorial, they let you know the info.
Most of these advertorials make almost the same statement at the bottom of the ad. Stock photos were used. Names were changed to protect the identity of the real “Emily”.
They are not affiliated with the news franchises or whatever companies they used to grab your attention.
More or less, it’s an ad to help obtain compensation for clicks or purchases through their ad.
So I guess that explains why they use an advertorial style ad to get you to click.
Don’t get me wrong, when I see these advertorials, I clicked because hey, they do a great job grabbing my attention to click even if it’s out of curiosity that may tempt a purchase.
Part Two Is The Video Ad
Video ads can be effective because it may explain what you will do to get paid.
In the Cash Finder System video which is part 2, they explain how you will become a real estate wholesaler.
The way it works is that you will find real estate listings and obtain a finder fee for the real estate listing you obtained.
What you are being sold is training modules on how to become a real estate wholesaler/bird dog.
Some of you may have x-out and left but if you click cancel, they will downsell you.
If you take the time to x-out enough times, it will go down to $49 for their training modules to make that potential $3000 to $15,000 per listing.
In the ad, they also show that you will get a one on one 30 minute consultation with a real estate cash finder expert.
Seeing a one on one consultation can bring trust to the ad.
You may feel that giving your phone number and asking questions is more of a quick coaching consultation.
Before you do that, be careful because you are giving out your info to people you don’t know. The Cash Finder System is not really being transparent with you.
They used stories to explain why you should buy their system.
Why You Should Research Bird Dogging Or Wholesaling First
There is nothing wrong with obtaining training to learn a new skill. Before you do that, it’s not a bad idea to research what they are indicating how you will make money.
The reason being is because these ads, in my opinion, uses deceptive tactics to get you to pay.
If you read the advertorial, they flashed a system to entice you.
The video did a lot of check flashing and even showed videos of testimonials that flashed checks.
If you don’t know much about bird-dogging, you may be more tempted to pay that fee at whatever price you land on.
Don’t get me wrong there is nothing wrong with being a risk taker either. But, it also doesn’t hurt to research a little more before you take that risk.
Researching Will Give You The Data
From the research I did, some people frown upon the bird dog approach while others say it’s legal.
When someone approaches you with an opportunity, your first question might be where did you hear about this?
Now consider how you learned about the opportunity. Next, think about the approach they used with that opportunity.
If you think about it, there was not a “real person” or should I say a full-on fledged website where you can learn about the opportunity.
What they are selling you is training modules without indicating the people who will train you. Think about this, you might or will pay a fee for training you might get from some person that really doesn’t know what they are talking about.
Why can’t they tell you who they are? Don’t you find it a bit disrespectful that they claim it’s a great opportunity yet, they are not saying who they are and how they did it?
Two Informative Websites
One website explains the difference between wholesaling and bird-dogging.
The other website explains the legal side to bird-dogging. Now even though people will say it’s legal to do, his advice is to check in your area because each state has different laws.
After reading John’s website, I had to quote him because he made a very important statement.
“Bad gurus prey on ignorant poor people. Poor people are, by necessity, big on ways of getting rich that require no money and no risk. Bird-dogging seems to an ignorant layman to provide a no-money-down way to get rich in real estate.”
The reason why I quoted John’s statement is that the ad did use the no-money-down approach. A lot of people are not familiar with bird-dogging, leading people to pay for training that can be useless for them, especially if it’s not legal in your state.
So before you run off and pay for something, it doesn’t hurt to learn a little more before you jump the gun.
I researched affiliate marketing before I got any kind of training. I also found out through paying for training services that training can be a hit or miss as well.
So if you get approached in a non-transparent way, know that it is a big red flag.
All In All
Being that the Internet has become the way to start making money from home, people will approach you with all kinds of ways to make money.
It doesn’t hurt to research before you jump the gun.
Flashing checks is a way to entice you to jump the gun, but before you do that, your best bet is to research their opportunity.
Learn about their system and if it’s really a feasible way to make money.
Another concern you should have is the way they approached you. Was it in a transparent way or did they used ads just like the way Cash Finder System did?
It’s your dime, your time, and your info you’re giving out.
What is your take about Cash Finder System, Tweet me @evelynbaz!